Jeremy Clark 
 
 

Tenet Healthcare Corporation (NYSE: THC) today announced that Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett appointed Jeremy Clark as its new chief executive officer. Clark joined the 156-bed acute care hospital located in Bartlett, Tenn., on June 11.

“Jeremy is an exceptional leader who has the ability to organize and lead effective
teams,” said Tim P. Adams, regional senior vice president of Tenet’s Central States region. “He will ensure that Saint Francis Hospital-Bartlett continues providing the high-quality care for which it is known.”

Clark previously served as vice president and chief of staff to Trevor Fetter, Tenet’s
president and CEO. As chief of staff, he assisted in strategy development and led projects on behalf of the senior leadership team. Prior to that, he was chief operating officer at Good Samaritan Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Fla., where he led initiatives to improve the hospital’s physician satisfaction, quality and service. He also helped guide the hospital to its first Circle of Excellence recognition, which is Tenet’s highest honor for a hospital.

Clark joined Tenet in 2004 as an associate in the company’s Leadership Development
Program where he completed an intense rotational study designed to accelerate and provide exposure to a broad range of corporate and hospital issues. After completing the program, he served as associate administrator at Brookwood Medical Center in Birmingham, Ala.

Clark previously has worked with Merit Health Systems and Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association in Washington D.C.  He received a bachelor's degree in biology and history and a master's degree in business administration from Duke University.